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C# Lambda Laser Light Show

Intro talk 6-6:40pm, Mocking and Stubbing with Rhino Mocks:

Are you still not using Unit Tests in your everyday code? If you are have you embraced the culture of Mocks and Stubs (what Martin Fowler calls 'Mockists')? Without a doubt one of the hardest concepts to grasp for those new to TDD is the idea of Mocking and Stubbing. In this fast-paced intro talk I'll go over the basics of mocking and stubbing, why you need to use them and how to use them with the RhinoMocks framework.

Primary talk 6:45-8:30pm, C# Lambda Laser Show:

Peter Seale will be giving his C# Lambda Laser Show, featuring pyrotechnics! By the end of the meeting, all attendees should have a strong grasp of how to use C# delegates and events, and should have a rough of idea of how to use Continuation Passing Style, build Event-Driven Architectures, and apply Design Patterns.

Notes from Peter:

"please tell your attendees to wear flame-retardant suits, at least on the first row"

"also, I will be smashing watermelons with a hammer, so please prepare accordingly"

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  • Mark W.

    As I stated, Rhino Mocks complication is overblown, mainly do to the fact that the early versions had convoluted syntax, not so for the latest (but now old) version.

    July 19, 2012

  • Mark W.

    Any primary talk that opens up with Quake II deserves a 4 regardless of the delivery or content. Hopefully you can show the rest of your material on another night in the coming monthly meetings.

    July 19, 2012

  • Mark W.

    Hi everyone! Thanks to those that could make it, we had 30 show up this month, a few more than last month, both meetings larger than before we moved to I posted a completed solution for my Rhino Mocks Demonstration on my github account, you can view/pull the solution here and see the basic uses of Rhino Mocks that you will need to use the framework in a production environment:

    July 19, 2012

  • Peter S.

    I've posted the demo. Most notably, I've posted the rough text file we edited inline:

    These are answers to someone's question:

    //#2 TypeMock Isolator works, Moles from Microsoft
    //'s blog, "Architecture" tag
    //C# In Depth, 2nd edition
    //Reactive Extensions-Rx + async / await

    1 · July 18, 2012

  • Peter S.

    All, please leave anonymous feedback for my presentation here: - danke

    1 · July 18, 2012

  • Rao Inala M.

    Sorry i missed a good topic. I hope i can attend next month meeting. Rao.

    July 18, 2012

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